Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
24 Sep 1961

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24 Sep 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 24, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 32, no. 38.Racine, wis., sunday september 24, 1961 70 pages�?5 sections�?20 cents say puss seek talks on . Interim chief turkish Airliner Falls 29 aboard Ankara Turkey a it a it la a twin engine turkish Airliner crashed in torrential rain near Here saturday night. Airlines officials said All 25 passengers and the Crew of four were believed killed. At least one american was the plane was Enro Ute Ankara from Adna. To United nations n. a it a the soviet Union was reported saturday to have proposed a meeting of big four aboard. He was Bernard a diplomats to discuss the ques ovens an Oij company Engineer Tion of temporary . Leader a is Hometown was not known ship to replace the late . Dag Hammarskjold. Diplomatic sources said soviet Deputy foreign minister Valerian a. Zorin had Given the proposal to a Middle of the Road intermediary for relay to . Ambassadors Adlai e. Stevenson of the United states sir Patrick Dean of Britain and Armand Berard of France. But they said that in making it Zorin stated that the temporary leadership of the u. N. Secretariat should be a troika consisting of . Under secretaries Ralph j. Bunche of the United states Georgy p. A Kadev of the soviet Union and Chakravarthi v. Narasimhan of India. Rusks position Sec. Of state Dean Rusk is on record against a troika a in any form and at any level of the the troika is the name Given to soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev a plan to abolish the office of in. Secretary general and put in its place a Board of three men representing communist Western Allied and neutralise countries with each having a veto. Khrushchev unveiled the plan before the . General Assembly a year ago. Soviet foreign minister Andrei a. Gromyko is expected to push it when he Speaks to the Assembly tuesday morning 24 hours after president Kennedy. Britain and France oppose it As strongly As the United states. Might meet Zorin informants said there was a Chance one or More of the Western ambassadors might meet Zorin tuesday to discuss an interim arrangement for the .�?Ts top level. But in View of the diametric Al opposition of the soviet and Western Posi disarmament Agency wins of of Congress unexpected tactic stalls drive for adjournment Washington pm con Nois this Clear when he Mina Tion to pass the Dupont Kress saturday sent to pres said the session now probably Bill. On the democratic Side Dent Kennedy the legislation will last a deep into next week Sens. Albert Gore of Tennes he requested setting up a new and promptly added that and see and Paul Douglas of Illi Agency to work on disarm Journ ment will not come until Nois Are expected to spearhead ment and arms control. After passage of the Dupont stiff and perhaps protracted the Senate approved the tax Bill. A opposition Compromise version of the Bill Many republicans led by t he House was in recess but by voice vote soon after the sen. John j. Williams of Del on Call when Mansfield dashed House okayed it on a 251-50 aware share Dirksen a deter-1 turn to Page 2, col. I Roll Call vote. A a a ions there seemed As. Chance the two sides would so Ned saturday there has been age no change in . Policy on Moons theory it was said Germany and that the West is is that the big four could a make an interim arrangement among themselves without As drafted by House Senate conferees the Bill establishes the a arms control and disarmament Agency headed by a director who will work under the direction of the president and Secretary of state and have direct Access to the White House when necessary. Special tax Bill the Bill was passed As an unexpected parliamentary wrench jammed the legislative machinery just As Congress appeared to be rolling to adjournment. A Republican Man Euver on an appropriations Bill stalled the adjournment drive but the real Issue seemed to lie in a special tax Bill affecting the huge Dupont corporation. The Senate had emerged from a Vest pocket filibuster passed one of three remaining appropriations Bills and seemed fairly headed for the finish line. Then majority Leader j Mike Mansfield of Montana berlins up a Gen. Lucius closed that Clay had advised but the Story created such a no change was announced by cannot end1 Clay president Kennedy a West Germany to face up to juror in Western political Cir a . Spokesman in before monday and May run Gen. Lucius d. Clay right president Kennedy a personal representative in West Berlin reviewed . Map wire photo troops saturday. With Clay was Brig. Gen. Frederick o. Hartel . Troop commander in Berlin. No change in . German policy Kennedy s special envoy declares informed sources said it is to maintain meeting of either the Security Council or the general Assembly. The . Charter says the Assembly chooses the Secretary general on recommendation of the Security Council. The Middle of the Road coun the realty of communist East Des that his name quickly be. Suva a a. A Germany. Came connected with it. Clear that the United states has. Clay came out with the and Calls in newsmen not any decision at this objection due vice Friday in a private talk the general called in report stage to give any recognition misfield explained he had its with reporters and West Ber ers saturday to Issue a state Lof the East German comm Een advised by the Republic rights in divided Berlin. Tin publishers. Clay insisted ment declaring a there has been nist regime. But the new line can so eat an objection a at the same time it was Dis that he should not be quoted no change in . Policy and taken by Clay apparently Wasyn Tol to taking up the to set the stage for $1. B,i1,on supplemental approx a Western package proposal or at on Bill approved tuday negotiations by the Senate appropriations Sinatra cruises with president by Ann is port mass. A up a president Kennedy took in forthcoming with Russia on Berlin. Tries Are afraid if the Council a three and a half hour boat met now to recommend a per-1 trip saturday with Singer tor Peter Lawford. P. Kennedy manent Secretary general the j Frank Sinatra As one of his Sinatra and the presidents after the boat trip russians would veto him be-i8uests committee. Under Senate _ ,. Rules Money Bills can not be. A a so sch a Papow Noy a a to passed until three Days after Dent and mrs. Kennedy were House but is visiting the Law Trade some limited recognition. An Nova i unless nine or ten other guests in Fords who Are at the Home of of East Germany for a formal there is unanimous consent eluding his brother in Law a the presidents father Joseph confirmation by both the so the rules. The democratic Leader Earl. In had thought he had As sister mrs. Lawford arrived Kennedy went to the Hyams oni the Access routes to the srances there worm be n0 a wire photo ivies and East germans of mrs. Western rights in Berlin and the Access routes to the cause they want the troika. Also aboard with the presi by air Friday night Landing at fort 8� club for a round of isolated City. New Bedford about 50 Miles with Lawford and or. And major Concession away when fog closed airports mrs. Spaulding. On Cape cod. An unidentified couple was with them. Democrats find the presidents brother eds w Ward m. Ted Kennedy landed Convy it a a run at the same Airport shortly aft a Cal 1 or the other four. J Milwaukee a up a Juk seeks j Adgesh i p for integration Leader Hyannis port arsenate confirmed saturday White House press Secretary j Wisconsin democratic party objection. When he Learned unanimous consent would not j a proposal of this nature be forthcoming he at once got would constitute a major con an order for the Senate to cession intended to safeguard meet again monday. The Freedom of West Berlin. I it appeared the sudden slow informants said the u. S. Down rates to a pending Bill government evidently believed to ease the tax Impact of a the West Germany would have to court ordered disposal of Gen two gun Man from Pakistan this pistol packing buckaroo is Adnan Aurangzeb grandson of pakistanis pres. Ayub Khan. The outfit was a present from vice pres. Lyndon Johnson. It was Given to Adnani a parents who accompanied Khan on a visit to tile . Last july. A president Kennedy saturday president Kennedy a Nomina risked new controversy Southern democrats by nominating Thurgood Marshall negro integration Leader to a Northern Indiana to be a judge or. And mrs. Charles Spauld High Federal judgeship. Of the . 7th circuit court Marshall who has argued the of appeals civil rights Case for negroes the circuit serves Indiana in court since 1938, was chosen1 minors and Wisconsin. For the . 2nd circuit court. Of appeals in new York. The appointment was not expected. The Senate must confirm Marshall a nomination and it must pass first through the judiciary committee headed by sen. James o. Eastland d-miss., who has Long been identified with the most Adamant Southern foes of racial desegregation. White House press Secretary Pierre Salinger said Kennedy would submit Marshall a name again on an interim basis after Congress adjourns. This step would be necessary for Marshall to serve appellate Bench until the Senate acts on the nomination next year. Be prepared for any such fun turn to Page 2, col. 7 an hour Pierre Salinger confirmed that has found a Home for its 1961 a Thi 1 Sinatra was one of the guests convention. Tion 0ftouttr Merrius wage Frt in a he Marlin. Lawford s wife the convention win be bed now . District judge far so was aboard and so were As originally scheduled in eau Yott Claire but in a newly sched a my of new York old friends used location the eau Claire of the president. Junior High school building a the Marlin cruised about Short distance from the head eight Miles to Cotuit Bay and quarters hotel anchored in a sheltered spot. The sessions will be held most of the guests remained oct. 13-15. Aboard but mrs. Kennedy who originally the sessions were took up the sport this summer to be held in the eau Claire skied for a while despite the american legion Hall. But chill. Workmen began razing the Hall Salinger said Sinatra is not to make Way for a new Post staying at the presidents office. Eral motors Stock held by the e. I. Do font de Nemours co. Mansfield had planned to Lay aside this legislation in pm holdout locals get negotiation Extension Detroit Ltd a the United and the Board could if it chose Auto workers Union saturday order workers at them to reorder to Call up the supple night gave to holdout locals turn monday agreement or not. Mental appropriations Bill. But blocking final settlement of a Reuther gave the Board a de a Republican groundswell de two week old general motors tailed report on the status of clocks and watches set Back vei0ped against this procedure strike one More Day at least negotiations involving locals sees delay to negotiate new at the Plant w h i c h have not completed of not you la be an hour in m. Dirksen the working agreements. Early for Church today. Wis agreements. Republican Leader from 1111 Senate of s judge for 7th circuit court Washington a up a the Consin ended Daylight Sav ing time at 2 . Today after having been on a fast Quot time Parent Tyg since Spring. Time changes vary other areas of country Story on Page 6. In a wire photo Thurgood Marshall articles to probe to s effect on children what effect does television really have on children with the new television season starting amid investigations and increasing Public concern the journal times will publish a six part series discussing tvs Impact on children written by a nationally known psychiatrist. The series will begin monday and will be carried on the women a pages. The by line will be that of Adam Scott m.d., the pseudonym adopted by the director of a psychiatric clinic. He is a graduate of the Meninger clinic and has written widely on psychiatric problems. Or. Scott will Analyse How children Are exploited through the misuse of child psychology the effect of the Cowboy hero and of a a spooky a shows violence and juvenile delinquency the danger of passive pleasure without physical outlet for aggressions. Or. Scott a guidelines for parents mince no words about current television offerings thanks to Franks new York blk there Are two Good reasons Why the baby born to a a to to and Carmen Zibalo will be named Francesca. One is Frank Barry and the other is Frank Maruna. They Are the patrolmen who delivered the child in the Lialos apartment. In this Section world . And state news agreement on a new National economic package which the Union estimates is Worth More than 12c hourly in take Home pay was reached sept. 6, but local unions were Given authority to strike in support of Racine area weather Cloudy and Cool today with occasional rain ending their at the Plant demands at tonight. Monday partly to . Sept. La and pm has been crippled since. At one time 92 of Gmys 129 plants were idled by strikes and More than 260,000 of Gmys 1350,000 hourly paid workers off the Job. Local settlements gradually have whittled Down the totals. The a awl a International executive Board met for an hour and a half saturday night and then recessed subject to Call Cloudy and continued Cool. High sunday upper 50s. Low tonight about 50. East to Northeast winds 12-20 . Today. Elsewhere in state Cloudy and Cool with occasional rain today ending tonight. Monday partly Cloudy and a Little warmer West. High sunday 48-56. Low tonight 42-52. Pages 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 12 of Law pres. Walter p. Reu local news i age 6 a nay Jaq plants lacked local editorial. Pig 18 level settlements at to soft the Miu Ros get today at s 40 am. Central Standard time. And will it a 5 46 pm precipitation Dur

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